A proposed four-story, 100-room hotel at the southern entrance to downtown Ketchum will kick off a series of public hearings before the Ketchum Planning and Zoning Commission on Monday evening.
The proposed Marriott Autograph Collections hotel will have its first hearing before the commissioners on Monday at 5:30 p.m. at City Hall. The commissioners will hold a site visit at the southwest corner of River Street and state Highway 75 at 4:45 p.m. Monday.
The hearing will extend into Tuesday. The second session is planned for Tuesday at 5:30 p.m.
The next hearing after that is scheduled to be on Aug. 15 before the planning commissioners. The City Council plans to start its deliberations on the project on Oct. 1. The hotel developers, Provo-based PEG Cos., aims to have the necessary permits by April 2020. The project should take 16-18 months to build, and be finished by fall 2021.
The project will have 12 units of employee housing and two bunkrooms, offering 30 beds total. The parking garage will have 102 spaces, and the hotel plans to offer a rooftop bar, a lounge terrace, a restaurant and patio and rooftop patio and terrace as public amenities.